To answer my questions from yesterday. My favourite garden tool is my brain. My 2nd favourite garden tool is knowledge.
Knowledge is gained from experience and for anyone who wants to grow things, the best experience comes from, first observing the site were the garden will be, then interacting with the soil, seeds, seedlings and all the other beings who make a garden thrive.
Books, workshops and video provide information that feeds your knowledge.
Thursday, March 20, 2014
Knowledge and Observation
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